The inexpensive chines smartphones are really good if you are in low budget, but these phones come up with a common problem, the quality of the image in these phone aren’t really good. The reason isn’t often the use of bad hardware, but the software isn’t fully developed in these device is the reason behind bad processing of the image.
Bacon Camera App
Becon Camera solve this issue, first app with manual controls, and an alternative camera for Android devices. The Becon Camera App allow you to use the full potential of the installed matrix (in other words it allow to use full hardware power). The manual shooting mode in the app automatically correct the defects in the stock camera app to obtain the images with maximum quality.
- Live Histogram (Luminance and RGB)
- Exposure Bracket
- Timed Shots
- Unique Multi Exposure algorithm with max resolution
- Virtual Horizon
- Tiny Planets and more…
The best thing about the app is you can use this Bacon Camera App on the devices that does not support Google’s Camera2 API.
The camera app allow you to do many interesting things, in manual mode you can independently adjust ranges such as exposure, white balance, aperture, shutter speed and Semi-Manual ISO speed.
This manual shooting mode enable you to capture quality images while you are on you default camera app. The app come up with the a lot of features and automatic scenario modes that suitable in different situation.
- First and Powerful Camera app with manual controls
- A lot of camera features
- Available for free
- Supports small amount of devices.
- Doesn’t support official Camera2 API.
- Free version contains ads.
Moreover, you can make you image more expressive and attractive with its artistic effects.
According to the developer, the app fully supports and tested on these devices OnePlus One, Oppo Find 7, OnePlus 3/3T, Xiaomi Mi 6, LG G3, ZTE Blade S6. It also supports most of the devices running Android 5.0 and above, but in some devices the app doesn’t work.
The Bacon Camera App is available free to download on Google Play Store, but its free version contains ads, if you want to remove ads then you’ve to pay for it.
Bacon Camera (Free, Google Play) →
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